PETA’s Vegetable Porn Super Bowl ad rejected—big surprise.

Via on Jan 31, 2011

More: “Studies Show Vegetarians Have Better Sex.” {PETA, of course}

Their ad last year was rejected, too.

PETA seems to have figured out that saving $3 million bucks by getting their NSFW ads rejected by NBC or whatever is not only cheaper, but results in just about as much publicity.

The latest:

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8 Responses to “PETA’s Vegetable Porn Super Bowl ad rejected—big surprise.”

  1. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Waylon Lewis, Kevin Zelnio, Shane Bags, Megan Ann Wilson, Mark Melnychuk and others. Mark Melnychuk said: RT @_ColinS_: So PETA hates people who eat meat, but they don't give a shit about objectifying women. http://bit.ly/f3LT7U [...]

  2. Travis May says:

    Clearly the best commercial ever! Good point about them being able to get a lot of publicity with their ads without them even getting to the TV screen.

  3. Kendra says:

    PETA: animals should be treated with dignity; women…. not so much

  4. [...] Where do you turn for nourishment and comfort instead of dealing with what’s bothering you? I often have a glass of wine to check-out, or find the hardest possible yoga class around with every inversion and arm balance in an effort to move away from the anxiety in life instead of facing it. Food, regardless of its content, can feel like a nurturing moment. Same for drugs, alcohol, shopping and inappropriate sex. [...]

  5. Ellen R says:

    Interesting that the "casting couch" appears to be leather…

  6. meghan says:

    Really disgusting.

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